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Starting tracking through meridian

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Dave Compton Posted: 03-26-2019 1:30 PM

so I think I understand that with the MyT and Mx+ you can start tracking an object in the eastern sky and track through 2 hours past the meridian, unless you set a limit earlier than that for instance to prevent damage. 

question, can you slew to an object 2 hours !ahead! of the meridian and track through zenith until local horizon limit in the west?  I want to do that to avoid a meridian flip in the middle of an important sequence. 

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The Flip Mount Now command is what you'd use.

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So do you have to goto the object first on the ‘correct’ side and then flip mount?  


I guess that wouldn’t be too mich ‘overhead’ but it would still take some time to do. Better than interrupting a session with a flip.  At least it’s possible. Thanks for the reply! 

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